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originally posted by: Helenamatias
In the tangled and dense jungles of the Amazon there are numerous mysteries that could probably help us understand how ancient civilizations live in the distant past. We know so little about our planet, and researchers are unaware of the possible finding that can be discovered in the Amazon.
As technology moves forward and tools as Google Earth become more popular, many people try their luck hoping to make a discovery that no one else has made in the past. Google Earth has become the one of the boldest tools numerous archaeologists are using, consistently delivering huge results that help researchers in many ways.
We are talking about the pyramids of paratoari, usually referred to as “the dots”, seen in one of the satellite images from NASA.
In 1996 Gregory Deyermenjian, member of the explorers club and Peruvian explorer, made an expedition to the "pyramids" to find out what they were once and for all. While Deyermenjian a seasoned Peruvian explorer has found plenty of evidence of Incan inhabitance in the area, such as petroglyphs, paved roads, and platforms, the pyramids or "dots" were not. Upon close inspection Deyermenjian could see that they were not made by human hands but were natural sandstone formations, known as truncated ridge spurs, which can take the form of natural pyramids.
originally posted by: the2ofusr1
a reply to: Helenamatias
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